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Through Sunday and inch or two inches of rain, gales are possible

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?60, ?600, it doesn't take ` lot of working out. I am going to Flash

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floods had the reason causing chaos on the roads and more than 0000

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homes without power. We'll be here later

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in the programme. It's the new football season with

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Cambridge and Luton making And the giant poppy as big

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as an Olympic sized swimming pool. The Care Quality Commission has

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served a number of formal notices after concerns

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were raised about the treatlent of elderly and vulnerable p`tients

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at a care home in Peterborotgh. Werrington Lodge has been told it

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must improve after inspectors originally found

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eight serious breaches. Residents were not protected

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from the risk of infection. And some weren't given

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enough food and drink. Cambridgeshire police is also

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investigating after a series The care home under

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increasing scrutiny. Today,

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the Care Quality Commission gave Some of the report's shocking

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findings include patients ldft Calls for help from patients

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in wet and soiled beds. Calls for help

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from patients ignored. what it found,

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it contacted the council's After initial concerns So concerned

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by what it found, it contacted the council's

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their own unannounced visits. We wanted to make it clear to

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the people who are now lookhng to rectify the situation that,

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as a local ward councillor, And we are there to support them

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if they themselves require ht, But we cannot ignore the fact

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that the CQC report does highlight Werrington Lodge is managed

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by Barchester Healthcare, who said it was deeply concdrned

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standards had fallen below what they The company But we cannot ignore

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the fact that the CQC report does highlight statement saying that

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as soon as they were made aware of the findings, they took

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immediate action and investlent has They say that they know thex have

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made progress and this has been The Care Quality Commission The

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company running the home has declined to be interviewed, but they

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have given a statement saying that, as soon as they were made aware of

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the findings, they took immddiate action and investment has bden

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made in a number of areas. They say that they know thex have

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made progress and this has been The Care Quality Commission says,

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while some progress has been made, And they plan more

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unannounced inspections. Well, earlier I spoke to

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Malcolm Bower`Brown of the Care Quality commission and asked

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him how his inspectors reacted When our inspectors visited

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Werrington Lodge on 8th May they The home was failing to meet

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the national standards that are required of all providers in all

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five areas that we looked at. These are quite shocking findings,

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aren't they? How common is it

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for the police to get involved? Well, we were very worried with what

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we found when we visited in May and we made an immediate referral to

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the Peterborough City Counchl so that the concerns we found could

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be investigated under their adult The police have decided to lount

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an investigation into some of those concerns

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and that investigation is ongoing. What more needs to be done

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at Werrington Lodge? We had found some progress lade

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but we have told Barchester that further work is required to be done

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to address all of the issues that Six of the warning notices that we

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issued in May remain in place and we'll be visiting again soon to

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check progress From eight warning notices

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originally, six are still in place. Should Barchester Health Care Homes

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still running Werrington Lodge? We were very worried

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with what we found. Our inspectors found very

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significant concerns in May. We have taken robust enforcdment

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action using our powers to warn the provider of

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the action that they need to take to make sure that residents ard getting

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the quality of care and support that We expect,

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given the assurances Barchester have given us, to find that the necessary

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improvements have been made. If, for any reason, that wasn't the

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case, we have a range of further enforcement powers that we could use

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if that were to be necessarx. Flash flooding hit

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the region again this afternoon More than 1,400 homes in

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Cambridgeshire were without power. Well, our reporter Ben Bland has

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been following the story It's causing big problems and delays

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on the roads. This is hard work The car has been stranded in fl`sh

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flooding. Queues of traffic having to divert to find alternative

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routes, having a knock`on effect causing congestion. Look at these

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roads in the fans. Heavy rahn causing delays. Also causing

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problems in God Manchester. This landslip has closed this ro`d. Tesco

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had to close because the flooding was so severe and it is affdcted

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homes. One stage, more than 140 homes across the county where

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without powerful for most of us have had it restored but there are still

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more than 850 without electricity this evening. Cambridgeshird Fire

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and Rescue Service are pumphng water out of about 60 homes. They have

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more than 150 calls this afternoon. The forecast for later? Mord heavy

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thunderstorms are on the wax and they should clear by midnight. We

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will have a forecast later hn the programme. Thank you very mtch.

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The Scottish Independence Rdferendum is now just weeks away

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and today the campaign to kdep the union together came to Corby.

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The town is often known as Little Scotland because

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of its large Scottish popul`tion and now its residents are bding

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urged to try and persuade their scottish relatives to vote No.

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There's going to be a massive storm here, I think.

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In politics, getting your message across is never

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In Corby today, there was more in the way of high

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winds than hot air as the Ldt's Stay Together campaign rolled into town.

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Corby represents all that is best about Anglo`Scottish cooper`tion.

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Lots of Scottish people, people of Scottish descent down here, world

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beating industry, world beating combination of all the talents, all

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the people on these islands, and, for me, this symbolises what we can

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achieve when we concentrate on what brings us together,

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You're preaching to the converted a bit, aren't you?

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I'm certainly preaching to the converted,

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I'm trying to find people down here to say let's show

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the Scottish people they ard hugely valued and we want them to stay

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The TV historian has collected the signatures of 200 celebrities.

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They include Cliff Richard, Mick Jagger and diver Tom D`ley

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The list also includes a Nobel prizewinner and 12 professors.

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Today, the people of Corby were given their chance to

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I think they should stay as part of the union because we depdnd

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I think it's a very hard decision to make, really.

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I'd prefer them to stay where they are but, on the politics side, no.

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It may be known as Little Scotland, but, like the rest of us,

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the people of Corby won't h`ve a say in next month's referdndum.

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But in a mock ballot at the town's annual Highland gathering this year,

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Speaking after this week's TV debate,

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Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond feels the argulent

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I thought the debate tonight set up some substantial ground that we are

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setting forward that positive case not just for a prosperous Scotland

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but for a more socially just Scotland.

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There was clearly a huge response from the audience.

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The Let's Stay Together campaign says it recognises this is

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Scotland's decision, but says it will have a hugd impact

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Of course, Corby's Scottish links are `s strong

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The campaign hopes, by bringing their message hdre, the

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people of Corby can influence their relatives back home on how to vote.

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The number of parents being fined for taking

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their children out of school in this region has risen dramatically.

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Since September last year, headteachers can no longer grant

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pupils up to ten days leave in special circumstances.

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Now each parent is fined ?60 per child.

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The BBC asked all of our local authorities how many parents they

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As you can see from those that replied, all

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In Luton alone, they fined over 2,200 parents.

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And in Bedford, they prosecuted just 432.

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But there are concerns that the system isn't fair.

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I think if I would be critical of the policy as it stands,

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it's that the guidance to headteachers of what constitutes

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exceptional circumstances isn't very clearly defined and laid out.

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So I think that one area whdre government could make a difference

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here is to make it clear to headteachers through guidance what

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does and what does not constitute exceptional circumstances.

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More than 100 Royal Mail st`ff in Peterborough walked out today

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The action began at the firl's Orton Southgate building ajtst

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Postal deliveries to around 4,000 customers

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A union representative said staff returned this afternoon

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Later, Alex is here with the weathdr.

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After all the floods this afternoon, what else is in store?

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First, back to Stewart and Susie for the rest of the news.

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Still to come: We are looking ahead to the new football season `nd the

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return of two of our club the football league. Plus one vdry big

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poppy, made out of 60,000 slall ones. It could be a world rdcord.

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If you have been out and about this week, you will have noticed

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The harvest is in full`swing and it looks as if it could be a good one.

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One of the biggest crops in this region is wheat.

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And that means a busy time for our ports, because around a million

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And the port which exports more wheat th`n any

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It is a go on this family f`rm. A typical suffix seen at this time of

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year as farmers race to beat the weather and bring the wee t`rget

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home `` Suffolk. The averagd is 7.6 tonnes per hectare on a norlal year.

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On our own, we try to average 9 8, close to ten. This year yield up to

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11.5 and some are as high as 12 6 stop this year the UK is expected to

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produce 16 million tonnes of wheat `` wheat, most will be constmed

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here, but some will be exported This region plays a key rold. This

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harvest head to Ipswich, thd biggest wheat exporting port in the UK. This

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wheat is bound to Belfast, dach year up to 1 million tonnes head out of

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here, up the river. This brought to the dominant port because it is in

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such a fantastic area. East Anglia is a great week producing area and

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has always been known as thd breadbasket of the UK. We are

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excellently located on the Suffolk coast and we can put in whe`t from

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all over the area. Our transport all over the area. Our transport

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links that means we can bring in a lot of wheat when the need to. On

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arrival, it is tested to make sure it is up to scratch. We checked

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protein levels and moisture levels, checking it is dry. British wheat

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can end up anywhere. The biggest single market is Spain. The problem

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they have in Spain is irrig`tion costs a lot of money and thdy can't

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grow the same rioters as we can in the UK. We end up `` variethes. Much

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wheat goes for biscuits and bread. They like to buy UK wheat bdcause

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they know the quality that we make and they know they will havd it in

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two or three days. Unfortun`tely for farmers, the harvest price hs low,

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but in Ipswich, the price is encouraging foreign buyers. Traders

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are hoping to their best ye`r since 2008.

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All this week we've been looking at how the First World War `ffected

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Today, the story of photogr`pher Olive Edis, from Norfolk.

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Olive was commissioned to photograph women in the war.

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The biggest collection of her work is now in Cromer and

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The remnants of tanks lay everywhere in shell holes. Cartridges, bombs,

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grenades lay strewn upon thd ground. The works of Olive Edis frol her

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journal, she had been commissioned by the National War Museum, now the

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Imperial War Museum, to photograph women at war. Voluntary, auxiliary

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detachments. Women were att`ched in terms of nursing and cleric`l work,

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drivers, they were repairing cars and military vehicles. They were

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doing everything. Olive Edis was a photographer that the great and the

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good wanted to sit for. Prile Minister Lloyd George, writdr Thomas

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Hardy, and when it came to the selfie, live was way ahead of her

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time. This is the famous coxswain of Cromer, reportedly the bravdst

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lifeboat man who ever lived. The crater of Cromer Museum owns the

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largest collection of her ilages. I sense that everyone from fishermen

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and their wives, up to kings and queens and all points in between,

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that she was someone who makes very easily with all walks of life.

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Olive's original studio was nearby. Today it is a private house, but

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there is an original sign and her older developing Bath is a garden

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wonderment. She was self`tatght which is very surprising. She was

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hugely talented and she onlx use natural light, unless the lhght was

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so bad that it was essential that she use of `` artificial light. She

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was fascinated by the local fisherfolk and she also took

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portrait of soldiers after war. When she went to France in 1914 with her

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assistant, it was not an easy ride. They covered 2000 kilometres,

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staying where they could and sometimes sleeping on plankton

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houses, sometimes in hotels, they had a pretty hard time `` planks in

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houses. Today, the exhibit hs small but perfectly formed. Her

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photographs of the aftermath of conflict I a unique record of the

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often overlooked role of wolen in the First World War.

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If you love football, it's been a great summer.

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Then we had the World Cup and now it's about to kick off again.

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After the relegation and promotion battles last season,

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there's the return of some familiar names and a bitter rivalry.

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With Luton and Cambridge coling up and Norwich going down,

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there's sure to be plenty of talking points over the next ten months

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For Norwich and Ipswich in the Championship,

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great expectation they can challenge for a place in the Premier League.

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Ipswich aiming for the top six, many tipping Norwich to be top

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In the blue corner Mick McC`rthy, a veteran, of 755 games in charge.

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After two steady years, Town look ready to launch

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We will soon find out whether we're good enough, won't we,

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Ipswich is entering their 13th successive season

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in English football's second tier, making them the championship's

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But under McCarthy, who signed a new contract, there is

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I am optimistic every year, but the last ten years has been

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Mick has come in, settledthd side down and I think we can look

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Neil Adams has kept the majority of last season's squad intact.

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Three in, with two significant departtres

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Robert Snodgrass and ?8.5 million Ricky van Wolfswinkdl.

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One goal in 27 games proved mighty costly.

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After their relegation, Norwich are one of the favourites to go up.

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Well we guarded against over complacency, wd should

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be up there, we have the pl`yers that are capable of doing that.

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There is no reason why we shouldn't, so whether or not it brings any

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Three years since the last Derby, they meet again in just two weeks.

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When it comes to it, it's a massive occasion for both

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At the minute, everyone was like a sole focus is on Wolves,

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Fans say, you have to win that game.

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Actually, I would take thred or four wins against somebody dlse

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Fulham is the first for Ipswich Wolves for Norwich,

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Here are tomorrow's games in League One.

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Peterborough and MK Dons will be aiming to be

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For Joe Dunne at Colchester, he s hoping his team can just improve.

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Flirting with relegation the last couple of years has

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We have two improve on last year. It is going to be tough. It will be a

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tough season. That is why it is important we try and keep as many

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players fit as we can with ` small squad that we have.

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Now the wait for followers of Luton and Cambridge United is nearly over.

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After years of trouble both on and off the pitch, and a period

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in the Conference, tomorrow they return to action in the League.

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Both teams hungry to make up for lost time.

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First it was Luton. Then it was Cambridge cluster group turned to

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celebrate the end of football league wilderness. Now it's down to

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business. You know where thd ball is going! He has managed what for

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others tried but failed to do, take Luton back to the football league.

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In doing so, he has helped to heal the hurt. I feel this is a new

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Luton, the outlook from the directors down is completelx

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different than it was two ydars ago. There is a new excitement. There is

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a new belief. How easy has ht been to bury the past? Not easy, but

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gradually it will become a lemory. I have seen it all. I have cole down

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through all the leagues and we finally got out of the Confdrence.

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That was a massive relief of the club and all around it. It was a

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massive achievement. Now we are in League 2 starting on zero points.

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Blair in Cambridge United, the feeling is mutual, but they have had

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to wait 12 years `` here in Cambridge. Now, they have to work

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out a way to stay there. We are fairly confident we will do well. If

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we hit form after January, ` couple of under our belts, we will be OK.

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Without that, we can't win tight games. We need form. That is key. No

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promoted side has been relegated back to the Conference sincd its

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inception. A crumb of comfort for Cambridge and Luton, back where they

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think they belong. After being relegated,

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Stevenage begin life in League Two Boss Chris Wilder thinks thd

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league this season is wide open Full previews to all the gales

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on the BBC Sport website. There's live coverage

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on your local BBC Radio Station Let's return now to the

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First World War and the one symbol that represents the conflict better

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than any other ` the poppy. At the Tower of London,

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they've filled the moat with hundreds of thousands

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of ceramic poppies, one for each And here in the Fens,

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a giant poppy made up Is there a more powerful im`ge

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of war and peace? To mark the centenary, it has been

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seen in services and on memorials. But there has been

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nothing quite like this. In a field on in the Fens,

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a red glow. Thousands of poppies growing

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into one giant one. It is the proper Flander's poppy

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which was growing in no`man's`land. You get the mixture of the colours,

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but to get it to grow, we had to buy frozen seeds,

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we had to get it grown on to plugs. It has been a lot of work,

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but well worth it. Well two months, some of thd

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schoolchildren who one month or so ago planted the seeds. Back today to

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see what they had grown into. It's amazing. And you planted thdm? They

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look different. How? They are puppies. They are read. It hs a

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flower that grew amongst thd graves in the Great War `` they ard

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puppies. `` poppies. In flotnders field the poppies grow. We `re the

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dead. There are more than 60,00 poppies growing here, coverhng more

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than half an acre. Many werd killed on each side, if you had a poppy

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here fit each life lost it would cover about ten acres. A se` of red,

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seemingly going on for ever. For the British Legion it is more than their

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motive, it belongs to all of us It is almost like a rallying c`ll.

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People understand what it is and what it is for, and what it

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represents and what it provhdes the beneficiaries who receive the funds

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the donations at a given. Ttrning from Green into red, in defdnce ``

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here, a giant poppy that sahd, we are not forgotten.

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A large area of cloud, the legacy of tropical storm Bertha. It is heading

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our way. The cloud is across the region, but we have had somd pretty

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heavy torrential downpours hn the western half of the region. A lot of

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the East estate cloudy but dry. Over the next two hours, this rahn is

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expected to head North East. expected to head North East.

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Anywhere could be in for a thundery downpour before the day is out. It

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is heading out into the North Sea, so by midnight, a lot of us look

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dry. There is some cloud, btt some clear spells developing, too, and a

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cooler night. Lows between 04 degrees and 16 degrees. Tomorrow,

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not a bad day. It will be bright and breezy, with sunny spells through

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the morning. There will be cloud in the afternoon, which could produce a

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shower, but most places look like they will stay dry. Where wd get the

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sunshine, temperatures around 2 Celsius. In the afternoon, there

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will be some patchy cloud, but it does look settled and dry. Then it

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is all change. The legacy of this storm will bring us a deepening area

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of low pressure on Sunday. This is likely to bring us heavy rahn and

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strong winds. As the locals out into the North Sea, that is what will

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strengthen the winds. Later in the day, we could have gusty winds from

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the West. To summarise: A spell of heavy rain, some strong winds and

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some large waves on the coast on Sunday. Stay tuned to the forecast

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because there might be changes. It's looking like an unsettled d`y. Into

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next week, it remains unsettled with an sunshine and heavy showers,

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it could be thundery. Karma on Tuesday, some showers around but

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also sunshine. `` looking k`rma on Tuesday. That is it from us.

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Goodbye. Martin Freeman presents a Gaza

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Crisis appeal on behalf of

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